General Motors Corp.'s Cadillac Div. is targeting its Evoq roadster for production in 2002, pending approval from the automaker's planning board. “I'm very optimistic that Evoq will be approved as a product,” says Cadillac General Manager John F. Smith. The Evoq was premiered as a concept car at the Detroit auto show earlier this month. Mr. Smith says that Evoq has an acting brand manager who is helping to work up the business plan, but he declines to comment about whether there is a ...
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